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Relationship Therapy 

Even stable relationships have highs and lows, but sometimes they can get strained, painfully stuck and negative patterns can develop. You may have just realised that things aren’t quite like they used to be, or you might already be in the grip of some serious difficulties. When a relationship starts losing intimacy or trust, your wellbeing can suffer tremendously. When the strength of a marriage, co-habitation or civil partnership begins to decline, deep insecurity and despair can set in. The help of a relationship counsellor can make all the difference to help you move towards a new phase in your relationship.


If you are currently single, feeling lonely, you might wonder why you find intimacy so difficult and want to explore relationship patterns. Have you struggled with a number of failed relationships, which have affected your confidence, and instilled a fear of meeting new partners? Relationship counselling will help.

Problems which effect relationships,


  • A betrayal of trust or secret, such as an affair, or debt.

  • Stressful situations such as juggling careers and child-care, financial worries or redundancy.

  • Losses such as infertility, chronic illness or bereavement.

  • Pregnancy, the loss of a child, childbirth and children leaving home.

  • Issues with stepchildren, blended families or second marriages.

  • Addictions.

  • Sexual problems, ranging from loss of desire, Internet porn addiction or confusion about your sexuality.

  • Constant bickering, arguing or undermining each other.

  • A feeling that you are drifting apart and finding it harder to communicate.

  • Domestic Abuse, (emotional, sexual or physical)

  • You may be considering separation or divorce.

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